Fox News host Megyn Kelly exploded at one of her liberal guests during her show Thursday while discussing the much-handled Benghazi talking points, ultimately demanding, "Can we have some honesty?"
Simon Rosenberg, founder of the progressive think tank NDN, claimed nothing new had been gleaned about the Libya attacks in the last few weeks.
"What?" a baffled Kelly asked. "Did you know that the State Department was heavily involved in editing the talking points?"
Rosenberg responded that "we know that there were terrible mistakes made on the ground in Libya that allowed this tragic event to happen" and "we know that for several weeks afterwards the administration was confused about what happened.”
"We don't know that," Kelly said.
She went on to note that White House press secretary Jay Carney had said that only very minimal changes to the talking points were made. "Maybe I'm just naïve because I was still believing Jay Carney until I saw all this evidence."
After Kelly asked again whether or not Carney misled the American public, Rosenberg repeated the point that nothing had "materially changed," noting that "we know there was confusion."
“You’re telling me Jay Carney was being truthful? He made a mistake twice in November and then again in May?" Kelly shouted. "Come on, Simon! It is not a mistake to say that it was only stylistic changes and only one word was changed."
"That’s not a mistake when we now know that the White House was the one meeting on this issue. I just -- can we have some honesty? Wouldn’t it be so great?”
Watch the exchange below, via Mediaite:
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